To build Sierra Leone’s innovation ecosystem, it is important that we have adequate systems and regulatory framework that provide incentives for innovation and Intellectual property (IP). This policy provides a short introduction to the role of IP in innovation and development; a review of Sierra Leone’s IP laws, treaties and regulations; an analysis of its IP System, institutions and steps taken so far, a brief look at the incentives and value for innovation in Sierra Leone; and policy implications and recommendations.

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